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Date Posted: - Friday - 07/25/08 - 3:17pm
Author: Steve M-32 #59
Subject: full cover
In reply to: Randall, Murre, M31 's message, "Full vs Open cover" on - Friday - 07/25/08 - 1:53pm

As the owner of one of the full covers you were looking at I concur with much of what Randall wrote. I didn't have the boat in the water very long before I pulled it for rebuilding but I noticed a couple of things. Because my cover goes well down over the gunwale there was virtually no air movement underneath which I would consider death for our boats if kept that way. It also kept the boat more wet than it might otherwise be. Such a cover is going to leak somewhere and I was finding puddles on deck days after it rained simply because there was so little air movement it couldn't go anywhere. If I get the chance to redo ours I will do it much like Randall suggests.

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